Weekend Rewind: Criss Angel wraps at Luxor, Catch captures all the stars and more

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Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Casamigos Rande Gerber, Cindy Crawford and George Clooney make the scene at the Casamigos Halloween celebration at Catch on October

Sunday, October 28, marked the final show for Criss Angel at Luxor, the conclusion of a decade-long cooperation with Cirque du Soleil. It started on Halloween night in 2008 with “Criss Angel Believe,” which the illusionist and TELEVISION star re-conceptualized into a brand-new show, “Mindfreak Live,” in 2016. The next advancement, “Criss Angel: Mindfreak,” is set to open December 19 at World Hollywood, however Sunday’s emotional ending was all about Angel’s achievements so far on the Strip. He spent some time to welcome magical peer Siegfried Fischbacher during the show, and as has actually been the case sometimes in current months, Angel’s 4-year-old son Johnny Crisstopher made an appearance, this time thanking the audience “for caring my dad.” Angel wasn’t the only one in tears.

Aria’s brand-new dining establishment made rather the splashy debut over the weekend. Catch, an Asian-influenced sushi, seafood and steak location understood for bring in celebrities in Los Angeles, New York City and Playa Del Carmen, began with a grand opening party Friday night including sees from The Chainsmokers, Floyd Mayweather, Jermaine Dupri, Tyson Beckford and Vegas Golden Knights faves William Karlsson, Alex Tuch and Malcolm Subban. The scene was elevated Saturday as the notorious Casamigos Halloween celebration took control of, starring the tequila brand name’s co-founders George Clooney and Rande Gerber dressed as airline company pilots and iconic supermodel (and Gerber’s spouse) Cindy Crawford matching, costumed as a flight attendant. Kendall Jenner was also in the running for the best costume of the night as a fembot from the Austin Powers films. Other stars making the scene: Joey Fatone, Jermaine Dupri making it 2 nights in a row, J.B. Smoove, Gelila and Wolfgang Puck, Karolina Kurkova, Marlon Wayans, Steve Aoki and sister Devon Aoki and rap artist Nas, who grabbed the mic for a surprise efficiency.

Salt-N-Pepa Open Vegas Residency Launch slideshow” The newest performance residency on the Strip commemorated its grand opening Thursday night at the Paris Theater and it was clear the entertainers onstage had as much enjoyable as the stars in the audience.” Salt-N-Pepa’s I Love the ’90s: The Vegas Show” featured the harmonious quartet All-4-One and rousing rapper Rob Base along with the titular hip-hop superheroes for its preliminary run through Saturday; the high-energy program returns November 8-12 with En Style and Kid ‘n Play joining Base. Salt( Cheryl James ), Pepa( Sandra Denton )and DJ Spinderella( Deidra Roper )energized the theater Thursday while musical pals SWV, Al B. Sure and Mark McGrath danced along from their seldom-used seats, together with other helpful Vegas entertainers David Goldrake, Sabina Kelley, Jeff Leibow, John Caparulo and others. Earlier Thursday, the Grant a Present Autism Structure hosted its ninth yearly Fashion for Autism Gala, the first-ever fundraiser hung on the ice at T-Mobile Arena. Dubbed” A Golden Night, “the gala consisted of a” gold carpet” checked out by Austin” Chumlee “Russell, Backstreet Boys Nick Carter, AJ McLean and Howie Dorough and Las Vegas Aces center Carolyn Swords and performances by the Vegas Golden Knights’ drumline, dancers from the Rock Dance Business and a style show presented by Sewn and Michael Andolsek. Gabe Ginsberg/Spiegelworld” Absinthe” celebrates 4,000 shows. The addictive” Absinthe” celebrated its 4,000 th show at Caesars

a parade of the” stars of the Strip “– those

questionably costumed buskers you know so well from Las Vegas Boulevard– through the aisles of the big white Spiegeltent. As if that wasn’t event enough, Freed’s Bakery presented a three-tiered cake to mark the occasion. Mike Tyson was making the rounds this weekend, having a look at “I Love the ’90s” at Paris on Friday night( and going backstage to hang with Salt-N-Pepa after the show )and hitting Drai’s Bar at the Cromwell Sunday for a live set from Fabolous. Cherished regional coffeehouse Sambalatte is now serving the valley’s theatergoers with a brand-new area, its fourth in Las Vegas, at The Smith Center for the Carrying out Arts in downtown’s Symphony Park. Specialty brews are on the menu like the

Hakuna Ma-Latte in honor of the upcoming run of “The Lion King.” The store will be open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, with a versatile schedule during show days.

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